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Analyzers: Typical Strengths and Work Preferences

Analyzers: Typical Strengths and Work Preferences

By Donna DunningDonna Dunning

Personality type preferences ISTP and INTP

Characteristic Strengths

• Adaptable

• Flexible

• Analytical

• Self-reliant

• Independent

Work Preferences

• Internally questioning and analyzing why and how things are done

• Finding out how and why things work

• Solving problems and improvising

• Seeking logical connections to new information

• Using objectivity and approaching situations in a logical manner

• Working independently in a changing, challenging environment

This post is an excerpt from Donna’s book, 10 Career Essentials

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One Response to “Analyzers: Typical Strengths and Work Preferences”

  1. This is absolutely “right on” Donna. My Father was an ISTP and my husband an INTP and this fits both of them totally! I’m an INTJ and I read something awhile back that said that a perfect match for an INTJ is an INTP and for me that is very accurate. We are Soul Mates!

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